A group of seven Czech soldiers departed for Turkey on Friday to take part in Operation Active Fence, NATO’s integrated anti-missile defence system in place in Turkey as protection against Syrian missiles. The latest departure of Czech military personnel to the region, where they also served in the first half of last year, was confirmed by the spokeswoman for the General Staff of the Czech Army on Friday. Czech personnel are serving in a number of other international missions, including in Afghanistan and Mali.
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